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gay, November 3, . Valley. ‘8 Pops Fast 1 , happened in Wholesale 93 with Roy Daniels’ chil- ve past few days. week‘s mail brought to the County day jailer the news 'rd grandchild had ar- . Vember 3 with the birth 8:111, 9—oz. baby daughter Fay Daniels Lowe in San 0? 1‘1, Ted, former Shelton .ber athlete, had provid- K With a daughter—in—law marriage to Miss Lucille 81“ Of San Franciseo in . eV., last Saturday; v 1' son, Giles, likewise a lpl‘ep athlete here, had '“ position in the morgue -" department Of the cisco Chronicle, daily -"" fer a $190 a month .With a government sur- -Crew_ \ .TATE lN PROBATE rte of the late I l in the will. {HOME :LOANS nvenient Terms arday- I. he’ll’ ’ asonable Rates . . . Nor ‘ ' i o DELAY v' County Savings an Association l surance Bldg. "the County Vehicles not approved hicles and subject to Session laws of 1937. 1941. €-Fhfl3 F\ k” w“... -____~__ WORLD’S LARGEST FISH HATCHERY AT LEAVENWORTH I or Roy Daniels; John M. Wilson admittedl . William, to probate in a superior? der signed Saturday and’, Iluth Saulnier as adminis-I serve without bond as: ‘NOTICE rom'November 14, 1941 to November 941 all vehicles bearing 1941 hington Licenses 1‘ e g is t e r e d /or operated Within the boundaries of Mason, State of hingtOn, which have not secured : aPproval during the ehereby directed to be submitted for OFFICIAL INSPECTION Station Hours: 8a.m.to12m.-——1p.m.to5p.m. Daily except Saturdays 8 a. m. to 12 M. 'Station Closed Sunday and Holidays Photo: \Vashington State Progress Commission and Washington Newspaper Publishers Association. filntain the normal run of salmon in the Columbia river while propagationists are experiment- Wlth changing spawning habits, the U. Sogovernment has built the world’s largest fish hatchery dlng over 40 acres at Leavenworth. It is pictured here in the center of the picturesque Leaven- l l :MUST BE GOOD I Guy McKinney, former Shelton- Iian, now distributing gas around '. Puyallup, came “back home" Arni- Iistice Day to officiate the Shel- ; ton-Bellarmine prep football clash I and to drop a rave note about one IRoy Sloan, known to his rivals ,' in the Puget Sound prep football I conference as the “Renton Wreck- ! er." I “Absolutely the best high l school football player I ever I saw,” McKinney praised, and I as an official for the past half 5 dozen years or more he has I seen quite a few stars shine on the striped field of pigskin bat- i tle. I Some college evidently is going Ito nab a red hot prospect for lAll-American honors when and ifI I the Renton behemoth matriculates at some institution of higher learn- ing. “It doesn’t make much differ— ence to him whether there’s a hole for him or not, this Sloan simply powers through anyway," Igeneral Guy continued. “He Iweighs 212 pounds and I know ifor a fact that most rival coach- Ies are scared to death some kid Its going to get hurt trying to ;stop that fella.” iSTEP UP Come on, you husband-wife and sweetheart bowling combi- nations, step right up and sign on the dotted line. Well, skip the signing business, then, but let Al Ferrier know how you feel about forming a mixed don- bles bowling league. Al wants to get one under way on Tuesday nights as quick- I l l l l i l l ’ IV as possible. maybe next Tues— day, so would like to battle all ,' interested teams contact him immediately. I l ‘, SO DIFFERENT NOW . 1 Since that day some dozen years 1 ago when Al Ferrier, the bard of .the bowling alleys, penned the poem We are about to reproduce things have changed a lot in the ..‘é',-'.~ “u‘.s.‘ year 1941, are WARNING on or before November 22, 1941 will thereafter become unlawful ve- apprehension in accord- ance with the provisions of Chapter 189, VEHICLE SAFETY INSPECTION STATION Shelton, Washington STATE OF WASHINGTON iaeiihel By ‘lants , one Pat Smith, the rangy former: DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS BILL , DICKIE ————._—_ Icolleg‘iate football world. The forward pass has come in, , the field goal has passed out.‘, Ironmen who stuck it out sixtyl minutes week after week have yielded rto the unlimited substitu~ tion rule, and many other changes have come over the sport. Today the West, Mid-West and South dominate All American teams. Few Eastern players are able to crash the All-Star lineups which they used to hold almost I exclusively, a situation w h i c h Iprompted Ferrier to dash off the lfollowing then—appropriate rhyme, lone fall after a particularly loud. Iprotest over Grantland Rice’s of- lficial All-American selections had 1‘ been announced: f Tell us, please, dear Mr. Rice, Why the noble sacrifice? I You picked a player from the I West, I Surely ’tis your way to jest. I \Vc will admit it must be ‘hard, For any Eastern football I guard, I To stop a. back who has had i race ' W’ith Indians wild and set the . pace. l Western ‘coaches train their men, To tackle a grizzly in his den, l So how could any eastern star, Expect to tote a pigskin far. to Yes, the West: is tough as hell, ‘We use a gun for a dinner : l l But now we are uncouth clay. I Sofil’hillips, Carroll and Dres— sci, I Even though you did excel Saglc, Strong, Scull and the rest, You’re too far out in the , woolly —West. I l l l .\ bell, I But some day when we’re civil- ized, And all our roughness exor- fl I ised, l Grantland Rice might conde- scend ‘ I To praise, yes, cycn to com— I mend, I I Some “’estorn players of that l day. . l l l l I DOUBLE TALK ‘.’ 1;: I Pat Smith played against Pat; I Smith { ileague football game“ at Bremer- in Sunday’s Northwest‘ ton. No, that isn’t a case of stutter— ing‘. it‘s the fact. Bremerton had Highclimbcr athlete, while West: Seattle also had a Pat Smith. Both ' PlflIYed end positions with t h c i r lrespective teams. ' First serious preparations for the 1941-42 city basketball l(bogus season will be attempted next Monday evening when all team managers, prospective or I definite, are invited to gather I at The Journal office at eight , o’clock to go over plans for the coming schedule. Interest in he cusaba. cir- cuit seems to e greater this year than ever before, if the numerous and continuous in- Clulries from players is an ac~ I l curate straw in the wind. GIVE-AWAY It’s too late to do any good this season, but keep it under your hat for next year, the spot where Rev. J. O. Bovee, Baptist pastor, picked off those three giant rain- bows this column reported last' [week was in Island Lake, believe-l I it-or-not. V I And incidentally, Rev. Bovee re- covered his , wife’s tackle which: he lost (also reported last week) I when he returned a, few days lat-- Iter and fished around with a. tri-I ptle pointed fishhook and sn-Irggedq v 1 . N0 ARMiSTICE l Ito the rest of the world Tuesday I. but not to employes of the respect- l It may have been Armistice Day, . . ive Shelton and Olympia branch-i «‘3 of the Satanic-First National you CAN’T SELL UNTIL You ‘ YER! U§§WANLADS ll ‘ of your Answer upon the undersigned] P and paying to Shelton Branch. . gages 3 MARION GARLAND. ,ers at their weekly session this,‘ _ALL SET ' ' SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL LEGAL manners ; N0. l1023 SUMIWONS FOR YUBLICATION I In the Superior Court of the Statol of Washington for Mason Countyl PAUL G. ALLISON, d/b/a MOTOR- OLA DISTRIBUTION COMPANY, Plaintiff, vs. STEVEN GALLANT, Dc-_ fendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON To I THE SAID STEVEN GALLANT: l Greetings: } You are hereby summoned to ap—l pear within 60 days after the date of} the first publication of this Summons, to-wit: Within 60 days after the 30111 day of October, 1941, and defend the above entitled Action 111 the above cn« titled Court, and answer the (:(Jlll- plaint of Plaintiff, and serve a copy Attorney for Plaintiff at his Off-K'er below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according: to the demands of the Complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of the said Court. The object of this action is that Plaintiff seeks judgisieiit against you on his first. cause of action in the sum of $107.35 on an account stated; that Plaintiff seeks judgment against you in the sum of $127.70 onl his second cause of action, for and on account of being required to pay,I Silat— tie First National Bank, $127.79 on radios mortgaged'to said Bank, Plain< tiff having guaranteed payment thoro— Of, and said radios having been sold without the payment of the Mort—l thereon, and Plaintiff seeks Judgment against you in the sum of; $100.00, which $100.00 he was compell— ed to pay to Shelton Branch, Seattle First National Bank upon his Guar— antee to pay the same, was oompellctll to pay unpaid taxes in the. sum of $12.50. and parts were m;ss1ng froml said radios at the value of $10.00. andl Plaintiff has attached your equity in the following described Real Prnp—l erty. situated in the County of Ma- son, State of Washington, to—w1t: The] ‘Vest 40 feet of Lot 13, Block 15, HilL l crest Addition to Shelton. Washing:— ‘ton. and seeks to have the same im~ pressed with a Lien in the sum or $252.64 for costs and disbursements herein incurred, and to have the. said property sold to satisfy the said Judg~ l l VVVVWVW vmvvvm' v Real Estate -‘AA‘.AAAAAAAAMW“W I FOR SALE 4-room modern home with good yard. Close in. Terms. $1,000.00. HERB ANGLE FOR SALE: 4 room house and acre of land; 7 room house and 21/2 acres on and near Arcadia, Road; 1931 Chevrolet coupe; 1927 Buick sedan. L. R. Kolm- organ, Arcadia Road. , 10—28—11—28~~71M - - l FOR SALE: 5 acre tract Arcadia Road, close in, $450. Some wood on it. Mrs. K. G. Osterberg, Wy-, andotte Ave, at the big red! barn. 11-4-13~‘4t. FOR S ALE: 5-room modern, home on Capitol Hill, also redI pullets for sale. Mrs. Ada Culli- son, Rt. 2, Capitol Hill. ,' 11-13—18—20-25 -- it. I FOR SALE 7-room modern home with large tract of land. Excellent ground, with lawn and flowers. This will make a fine suburban home. . Close in. $3,000 with $500 down or $2500 cash. l l l l l l 6-ROOM modern. home, hard-wood I floors, fireplace. full basement ‘ and furnace. Also large unfin- ished upstairs. This home is located on oiled street and has nice yard. Entire property in excellent condition, below present value. sider terms.-$4375.00. and priced Will con- 3-ROOM,modern home close in. ment and Llen‘ CHAS. R LEWIS, Nico garden tract. House can Office and Post Office easily be enlarged. Why pay édgllgésfrgmgullgmé. rent when you can own a home ,n‘gfl gheuoh, flag“; of your own. $1575 with $200 County, Washington, 10-30. 11-6—13-20-27. 12-4-11—7t. No. 4053. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. In the of Washington for Mason County. VIOLET HAMILTON.‘ Plaintiff, vs. HUGH HAMILTON. Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, TO HUGH HAMILTON, Defendant, GREETINGS: You are hereby summoned to appear within 60 days after the date of thel first publication of this Summons, to« wit: within 60 days after the 16th day of October, 1941. and defend the above entitled action in the above. entitled Court, and answer the Com— plaint of the Plaintiff, and serve a copy of your Answer upon.the Un-- dersigned Attorney for Plaintiff, at his Office below stated. and in caseI of your failure so to do, Judgment will be rendered against you accord- ing to the demands of the complaint. which has been filed with the Clerk of the said Court; the objects of this action are that Plaintiff seeks to have annulled and declare null and void.‘ her purported marriage to you on or about July 15th, 1938. or in the al- ternative to secure an Interloeutory Decree of Divorce from you: to have. return. and restore to her, her former name of Violet Douglas. and to have, Lots 14 and 15. in Block 197. Townsite, of Port Angeles, Clallam County. Washington, adjudged, decreed. andl determined to be her solo and separate property. I CHAS. R. LEWIS. Plaintiff's Attorney; Office’ " and Post Office Address. Suite 1. Lumbermcn's Building. Shelton, Mason County, Washington. 10—16v23—30. 1116-13~20-27-—~7t. I l No. 1447 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE CLAII‘JS In the‘ Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County. In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF A. L. WOLF. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Letters Testamentary on the Estate of A. L. Wolf, deceased. were granted to the undersigned, on the 20th day of September, 1941, by the said Su-l perior Court. All persons having claims against said estate are required to servo themI with the necessary vouchers upon lilCl at the office Of Marion Garland. 105— 8 Diciz_ Bldg. Bremei'ton. VVash.. within. SIX months after tho. date ofI the first publication of this notice. to—' wit. within six months after the. 23rdI day ,Of October, 194], and file the] same‘ with. the clerk of this CourtI together With proof of such service. or they shall be forever barred. l Dated at Bremerton, Wash, thisl 20th day of October, 1941. I ROSE W. VVOLF. Executrix of above estate. Attorney for Estate. Office and P. 0. Address: 105—8 lDietz Bldg, Bremerton, Wash, 10—23-30. 11-0~ iii—mild Vacation Action On I Allyn Street Delayed Hearing on the proposed vaca-I tion of Eberhart street in the township of Allyn sought in a petition submitted by G. R. Kirk. et al was delayed until next Men-I day by the county commission— past week when Attorney Char— le's R. Lewis submitted a protest! to the proposed vacation in the interest of the estate of the late Charles A. Paine. The board was informed by the State Highway Department that Mason County‘s share of October' gas tax appropriations was $10,-I 683.20. , bank. . For them it brought war on l the links—after numerous chal- lenges and counter challenges. The bankers now know a little of what the boys on the Rus- i sian front are up against — in weather—for along about the third hole old Jupe cut loose in all his damp fury. After that the question of putting depended on whether the golf balls sank or floated—4n the right places. I Shelton Manager Laurie Carlson I sank one “putt” which had all? the energy of a 150—yard drive behind it, the ball going into its. dive precisely over the cup. I The match» was played on the Mountain View links at Mud-l here the sun shone at times and. no rain fell at all. Oh, yes; the winner? used to more equitable weather, to play under conditions like that. I now could you 1‘ l Superior Court of the Statev :friends gathered at the home of l by all. -home Saturday night. down, $25 month, including in- terest at 7% monthly reduction. Fine lake located on 168 acres of land, lake covers 25 to 30 acres. Fine fishing and close to the hunting reserve iii the best deer territory in Mason County. JustI 11 miles from Shelton with good roads. Excellent opportunity for several parties to divide the property and each have an ex- cellent tract of land with share of lake at a very reasonable price. Why not investigate this property at once! $12.50 an acre. 1320 feet of waterfront located on bay, about 8 miles from Shel- ton. Property has plenty of spring water. This is an ex-l _eellent tract to subdivide and will make an excellent invest- ment. $4750.00. Herbert G. Angle Angle Bldg. Phone 304 v" 'vav vvv vw "vvvvw Lost and Found FOUND: small dark purse. Own- er identify and pay for adv. Journal office. FOUND: medal or badge evidently lost by some serviceman. In— scription “Roulons ct Passons”i upon it. Blue and white striped shield in one corner. Inquire! Journal. . I l FOUND: Guernsey heifer about! 1% years Old. No brands or, marks. F. E. Hewson, Rt. 1,I Box 165, Elma, wash. 11-4-3—4tI LOST: 4-months old heifer, Guern—I soy and Durham. Red with white’ spots. Return to 4-13 Dairy or' phone 216-J—1. 11—13—18——2t.l l LOST: ' 3-month old tan kitten” named “linger.” Child’s .Ipet. Anyone having any information please call 206—J. K--11-13--1t. I Birthday Fete At ' Agate For Woman By Mary Matt:th , Agate, Nov. 12.v»eA, number /Of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hawkinson Mon-l day night, for a birthday party‘ honoring Mrs. Hawkinson. Cards, l dancing and music was enjoyed The honored guest re- ceived many gifts. A delicious Supper was served. Those pres- ent were: Mr. and Mrs. F. Guyer, Mr. and Mrs. P. York, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hartman, Mr. and Mrs.I G. Leeds, Mr. and Mrs. D. Clark,I Mr. and Mrs. P. Ricard, Mrs. M.’ Matthes, I and Jim and Arlene: Leeds. I Mr. and Mrs. P. Ricard were 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. Leeds‘ with a farewell dinner .at ttheirI A num- ber of friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. Ricard moved to Allyn to be nearer to his work at Brem- erton. ' ‘ I PLciinfieicTin Homecoming- Tilt Tacoma, Nov. 12rThis is Come 'Home week for graduates Of Pa- cific Lutheran College, with the undefeated Lutes seeking their 18th straight victory in a game with Linfield College at‘Tacoma Stadium this Friday night. The Homecoming celebration will run through Friday, Saturday and Sunday. I Pacific Lutheran became Wasn‘- l Bay; less than 20 miles away, while ington Intercollegiate conference werberxer's (1) lMason Clean, (2) king for the third successive year . Iafter defeating Central Washing- Well, you L couldn’t expect our Shelton boys, [fans at Yakima last Weekend, and F. Cormier 352IM. Mifflin ton College, 20 to 7, ,before 3,000 ,the team’s rin of 17 straight Iwins now sta Ids as one Of the thirst ctdlegc records in the nation. the Mason-‘ erberger match for l Inez Dodds' 08 was high for both squads, a figure topped by! six __-____—————...——_a‘—.~_._ .__...._ __ “0.0.0....” I Classified Service l . ‘AAAAAAAA-AAAAA‘A A'KAA“ l BULLDOZER WORK: clearing, grading, road work, etc. Free; estimates, reasonable. InquireI Davis Store, Lilliwaup. Phone 1.‘ J -—11—4-6-11-13-18 5t. *1“ ————————.—_—.— .JOURN AL WANT AD vvvvvv vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv I For Sale FOR SALE: one Monarch oil burning range with coils. $75. Becaon Point Resort. 11-6-11-13—3t. I l HEAR Evangelist Hovda at Bap-I tist Church Thursday and Fri- day evenings. He will bring his' closing messages Sunday. Don’t miss hearing him. 11-13-—1t. SHRUBBERY PRUNING and re-! planting. Oscar Plovie, 726 So.‘ First. St. 11—1—12-1—1M KEYS! New and modern key-making equipment just installed. Everything To Make I l l The Little Tot Happy WAGONS —— SCOOTERS TRICYCLES REPAIRS We also Repair wagons, tri- cycles, bicycles, lawmowers, etc. SLEYSTERS FIX-IT SHOP I CHRISTMAS I ’ CARDS l Put that favorite snapshot on your Christmas Cards. ‘ Good Variety of Lovely Cards Andrews Studio Xmas Greetiiliog Cards y Gibson A Large Selection of I Lovely Cards I Fir Drug Store 'BICYCLES WANTED I l VVe‘will pay cash for I Used Bicycles I l Sleysters Fix-It Shop vvmvvvwvv '" vvvvvvvvvv Trade or Swap Adkmplk AW . “mum: I FOR SALE OR TRADE: substan- tial equity in improved Hender- son Bay waterfront, 9 miles from Port Orchard. Will trade‘ for Shelton city property. Phone 394-W after 6 p.m. 11—11-20—4t. ‘ WV w vvvv W."va~ Used Cars ~ l mvvvvvmv I FOR SALE: 1932 Chevrolet coupen new paint, special wheels, me- chanically good. See it at Tri- angle Service or phone 389-W. 11-13--1t. . Gardeners Beast Feminine Bowling Loop Leadership.l WOMEN’S BOWLING W. L. Pct. Forrest Gardens ...... ..18 9 .667I Mason Cleaners .......... .15 12 .555 Quality Cleaners ...... ..11 16 .407 Werberger Wines ...... ..10 I7 .3901 High Scores I Game—Elsie Peterson 185. Total—Elsie Peterson 491. 3- Matches Monday Forrest vs. Mason Cleaners. I Werberger vs. Quality. i Forrest Gardens fortified its' feminine bowling league supre- macy Monday night with a three- , ply victory over Quality Cleaners‘ while second place Mason Clean- ers was Odd-gaming tailend Wer-l berger Wines. Elsie Peterson soaked the head- pin for individual scoring honors for the evening in- leading thel circuit pacers to their clean ween triumph, although Pauline Staleyl and Min Durand contributed at couple of average-fattening to- tals to the effort. I Neither team contributed. any kind Of, scoring to brag about in of: the ten members of the For- rest and Quality lineups. Forrest’s (3) [Qua]. Clean. (0) Handicap 186i Handicap 312 Fra. Fredson 4361H. Ferrier 480' M. Brewster 369l M. Suth’rl’nd 369i M. Durand 431lM. Sparks 272 P. Staley 457lG. Skelsey 415, E. Peterson 4913K. Allen 403 835710 825 2370I786 708 757 2251; FOR SALE: 1%, size panel Walnut bed, 182 coil spring mattress, 120 coil double deck springs. Used only 2 months. $18.50. Phone 201-J. H--11-11-13—-2t. FOR SALE: live rabbits, all sizbs- 18¢ per pound. Raise your own meat. Inquire at Journal Office. W--11-11-13--2t. vavmvvvvmmw“ Wanted “WW WANTED: a good, nourishing bread full of vitamins, minerals and energy to sustain us in the best of health through the long winter months to come. People of Shelton. 11—4-13—4t. POST CUTTERS WANTED: good timber. Call evenings. Ayers, Lake Newatzel. 11-4-6-11-13—4t. l Roland I CAN PAY 30 cents a bale for Christmas trees, including 12] foot trees. Contact C. P. Round- tree, 1700 Yew Avenue. Phone1 3759 Olympia. 11-5--12-5—-1M.I WANTED: an ambitious, wide-I awake man or woman to lookl after renewals and new sub—l scriptions for the popular, fast- selling magazine, The AMERI- CAN HOME. It’s easy, pleas— ant work, and it pays big com- miSSions. Spare time only re- quired. Write today to Director, Sales Division, The AMERICAN HOME MAGAZINE CORPOR- ATION, 251 Fourth Avenue, New York, N. Y. WIDOWER with boy and girl, 12 and 8, wants home for self and children. Financial arrange-I ments discussed, references ex—' changed at interview. Box M, The Journal. 11-11—13-18-20—4t.I WANTED: Huckleberry pickers. Year around employment. Ap— ply G. R. Kirk Company, Allyn,I Washington. 11-13-18-20-25—4t. WANTED AT- ONCE carloads or. truckloads of large, smooth,l sound Maple and Alder logs. Higher price. Liberal scale. Prompt settlements. Northwest; Chair Company, Tacoma, Wash; 11-13-18-20-25—4t. WANTED: old fashioned circular baby walker. Must be reason- able. Inquire Journal office. G-—11-12--1t. WANTED: good homes for male puppies. Inquire Journal office. G--1v1-13-—1t. HELP WANTED: full time house-l keeper at once. Phone 152. A--11—13--1t. VOW For Rent FURNISHED APARTMENTS to} rent‘ (2 and3rooms). Good lo- cation. Very reasonable. Golds- borough Apts, Second and Knee- land Streets, Shelton. 5—7-tf. v FOR RENT: 3 room furnished apartment, private bath. Mill Street Apartments. Phone 259- M. C—10-21—tf. FOR RENT: weather'tight gar- age with cement floor. One block from hospital. $3.50 per month. Inquire 619 N. Fifth. W—11-4tf. FOR RENT: 4-room house and bath. Mrs. Edith Whittle, Rt. 3, Box 8, Shelton. 11-6-11-13-18—-4t FOR RENT: newly decorated-3- room partly furnished house with bath, ,stationary tubs. In Agate district. Inquire Journal. 11-11—13--2t. Tides of. the Week Computed for Oakland Bay l (Hood Canal tides are one hour & 65 minutes earlier) High 1:52 a.m. 11.0 ft. Fri. Low 7:51 a.m. 3.0 ft. Nov. 16 High 2:31 p.m. 14.5 ft. Low 9:23 p.m. 2.7 ft High 3:10 a.m. 11.7 ft. Sat. Low 8:53 a.m. 3.6 ft. Nov. 15 High 3:10 p.m. 14.6 ft. Low'10:03 p.m. 1.3 ft. High 4:17 a.m. 12.7 ft.. Sun. Low 9:51 a.m. 4.1 ft.‘ Nov. 16 High 3.47 p.m. 14.8 ft. Low 10:44 p.m. -0.1 f High 5:16 a.m. 13.7 ft. Mon. . Low 10:46 a.m. 4.6 ft. Nov. 17 High 4:26 p.m. 14.9 ft; Low 11:26 p.m. -1.3 ft. High 6:11 a.m. 14.6 f . Tues. Low 11:38 a.m. 5.1 ft! Nov. 18 High 5:05 pm. 15.0 ft. - LOW 12:08 a.m. 2.3 ft. Wed. High 7:03 a.m. 15.2 ft. Nov. 19 Low 12:31 p.m. 5.5 ft. High 5:47 p.m. 14.9 ft. Evangelist To End Baptist Dates Soon Rev. Clifford Hovda ploses his series of evangelistic talks at the Shelton Baptist Church next weekend, having but four more‘ appearances to make, including tonight's, Rev. J. O. Bovee, Bap-' Page Seven RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5words') first insertion, attractively low rates on subsequent insertions. Min- imum charge 40c. Classified advertisements ac- cepted over the telephone from phone subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or payment made before the first of the month to save expense of billing. An extra charge of 10c will be made when billing is necessary. Card Of thanks 50c. Classified Display Rates on Request. Phone 100 'V'VV'VVVVWVVWWW C For Sale WM“ AAA“MW OLD GROWTH WOOD for sale: $6.50 per cord plus tax. R. W. Killough, phone 586-J. 10-30--11-27—1M AUBURN Golden Flake Butter- milk, 25¢ gallon. Binns, 825 Franklin. ' FOR SALE: Al’s enriched Vitality bread, fortified with minerals and vitamins and baked with highest quality ingredients, is the perfect answer to your health demands. Shafer’s Bak- ery. 11—4—13——4t. FOR SALE: 24 Cornish Red pul- lets. G-mos- old, .209 l-yr; _. old New Hampshire hens,*$1.00 ea. Webb Ranch, Phone Union 280. 11-4-6-11-13~'—4t. FOR SALE: 14-foot skiff, com- plete with oars, chain, lock, line and hook. Gunder Ordal, Rte. 3, Shelton. 11-4-—tf. FOR SALE: 1929 Model “A” Ford coupe. Victor A. Johnson, Rt. 3, Box 206. 11-4-13——4t. FOR SALE: picked Northern Spy apples. Orchard run 50¢ box, bring containers. J. Jacoby, Rt. 2, Shelton. 11-4—6-—2t. FOR SALE: Montag wood heater, medium size. Phone 192. H—-11-13-18—20-25-—4t. FOR SALE: about 50 eordi dé'y fir and alder. Inquire at Eagle Barber Shop. B-—11-13--tf. USED FURNITURE 'S—radios .................. .. 7.50 - 12.50 2—wood ranges .................. .. 19.75 l—Sappan gas range (good as new) 49.50 3—-electric ranges... \19.50 - 24.50 I 1—dresser ................................ .. 9.50 1—sewing machine .. . 9.50 1—rocker 2.95 Z—dinning tables 5.95 and 7.95 Olsen Furniture Co. N O HUNTING NO TRESPASSING NO FISHING SIGNS On Heavy Tag, Board 5% x 20 JOURNAL LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS 2 for 15¢ 4 for 25¢ 65¢ per dozen We also take orders for all ma. of special-— PRINTED SALES BOOKS Our prices are as low or lower than outside salesmen can quote you. V THE JOURNAL vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvwwvv‘ PROFESSIONAL .‘ AAAAM‘A“ “AM M“. ALDEN C. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building. Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 - - Shelton l‘NSURANCE ,. HERBERT G. ANGLE; Office at Anglo Building ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Servlce: Bookkeeping Systems Phone 565 123 4th St. WITSIERS FUNERAL HOME Licensed Enribalmers W A. W'itsiers, Prop. Phone 180 - Shelton. Wash. MT. MORIAH LODGE , 11 F.&.A.M. No. Next Regular Communication NOVEMBER 29 M. H. NEEDHIAM Worshipful Master »Ha»n'dicap 369i. Handicap 177: We. Fredson 382IE.‘ smith. 373I V. M‘Conkey 3271D. LaBarr ' 392! 394i 390 tist pastor, announced today. 408 Rev. Hovda speaks each night 2124...;except Saturday. . G. Pauley 222m. Robinson M. Stewart 3‘99lI. Dodds 079 701 081 2061,!“ '7‘ 892. J. L. cATTo, Secretary. DO!" u...) I.